As if a 6L80 over 600 rwhp isn't on borrowed time.It's pretty incredible, and looks good.
It will be interesting to see how the DCT holds up (should be good), or what the maintenance will be like. Most DCTs have fairly expensive maintenance compared to other transmissions which are near zero maintenance at this point.
Haha. Well, of course.As if a 6L80 over 600 rwhp isn't on borrowed time.
I'm sure it'll come with other trimsIt'll be a great value for the performance for sure. Of course, I'm disappointed that their isn't a 3rd pedal option (yes, I know it's slower) but I understand that it probably would've been too much to invest on the R&D given they can't just drop an off the shelf Tremec in it.
same. except I hate that they drilled holes anyhow...:crying:Then don't. My state requires front plates. Only reason why I'm running one now is I have a truck.
On my G8, CTS-V Wagon and SS I never ran a front plate.
I read "under 3 seconds". My takeaway is that under ideal conditions (weather, surface, etc.) GM got a 2.99 0-60 time. Real world times will most likely be higher, but don't discount modern launch/traction control and the shift speed of a DCT combined with the weight distribution of a mid-engined car.Hmm 0-60 in 2.8 seconds with 495/470 HP/TQ and the car weighs 3366 lb. sounds fishy to me.